The books are intended for students of Russian secondary and higher school, say Far Eastern University PR.
The scholarly endeavour was introduced to the public today in Vladivostok, Russian Pacific seaport and administrative centre of the Littoral Territory, which borders on China.
Mr. Chang Hsisheng, China's Deputy Education Minister, attended the gala. He is visiting Russia as head of a delegation of 32-college and university rectors, diplomats and journalists-who have come to Vladivostok for study book introduction and a service exposition jointly arranged by the Russian and Chinese Education Ministries.
A second in its kind, the show opened in the city yesterday. Vladivostok was chosen for venue as Russia's principal Chinese language study centre. 500 undergraduates are learning it in the Institute of Oriental Studies, plus 600 at several Far Eastern University departments.